For every story that I have had the honor to write, for every woman who is brave enough to open up and talk about chapters in her life that are perhaps messy and ugly, rather than the ones brimming with victory and success, I want to thank you. You see, our stories are ever changing, they are living, breathing entities which makes them ALIVE, that’s what makes us ALIVE.
Sometimes, when we get ready to tell our story, the part of it that we think is finished, we realize that instead of that chapter or sentence ending, the period is replaced with a semicolon. A semicolon is a punctuation mark (;) indicating a pause, typically between two main clauses, that is more pronounced than that indicated by a comma. (Webster’s Dictionary)
The story of September’s Stunningly Strong Woman has had a semicolon replace the period. It has changed and morphed quiet quickly over the past week and because of that, she has asked that her story be paused for the time being. While I won’t give details, I will ask you to please keep this amazing woman and her family in prayer. Prayer specifically for physical healing and for relationship restoration. I know that the force of women who read this blog, will do just that. Because that is what we do, we rally for each other and while names and faces may be unknown we still storm heaven and plunder hell on behalf of our sisters who need us. You all are amazing, you all are Stunningly Strong and the continuation of this woman’s story will be a testimony that is sure to set captives free.